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bunghole

1. The mouth. I'll punch him right in the bunghole if he doesn't stop spreading such nasty rumors.
2. vulgar slang The anus.
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bunghole

1. n. the mouth. I’ve heard enough out of you! Shut your bunghole!
2. n. the anus. (Usually objectionable.) She tripped and fell down on her bunghole.
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Then, after half lifting one to make sure it was full, we went on our knees and, with the blade of a small knife which I carried, I prepared to stave in the bung-hole.
In conversation with an intimate friend in Calgary, very reentry, he volunteered the information that an oak barrel, filled to the bung-hole with the most choice brand of whiskey, imprisoned for thirty years in staves of oak, awaits the successful digger along the banks of Whiskey Creek.
We see this Lucretian understanding at work when Hamlet explains how a "king may go a progress through the guts of a beggar" (4.3.30-1), or when he observes, "Why may not imagination trace the noble dust of Alexander, till 'a find it stopping a bung-hole?" (5.1.188-9), or, in a similar vein, "Imperial Caesar, dead and turn'd to clay, / Might stop a hole to keep the wind away" (5.1.196-7).
So he argues that the early modern English inherited, imitated, and adapted traditions; recycled, altered, and lived with the "faint imprints of many times" on their objects; understood that things have social lives; and assumed that matter is "both past material that has been reworked as well as present, re-workable potential that presumes a future." So Prince Hamlet displays an apprehension of the untimeliness of matter that is similar to Harris's own: "Why may not imagination trace the noble dust of Alexander till a find it stopping a bung-hole?" (5.1.187-89).
The king survived his encounter with the headless skeleton (the Monarch of Calcium) and offered an alternative to the giant whose job it was to keep pressure on the cork in the bung-hole which if unplugged would drown the underworld.
You might as well say "infinity." We have flown up our own collective numeric bung-hole.
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And then, following Horatio's confirmation, Hamlet invites his imagination to trace "the noble dust of Alexander, till a find it stopping a bung-hole" (5.1.197-98).
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